With the 2020 presidential election coming to an end the US was looking forward to a brighter future, but just then Trump revealed one of the most confidential information about the UFO, which shocked the whole country. As the discussion of extraterrestrial life and UFOs continues to circulate throughout the country, it wouldn’t be surprising if Biden made a few comments about UFOs, which Trump has done in the past. Aside from Trump’s tendency to speak his mind at any hour of the day, his commentary may be attributed to his coincidental presidency during a halcyon age of UFO developments. Whatever it may be, the subject of aliens has definitely made its way around the news in Trump’s past four years, and some of his comments released confidential information about the matter. There have been a number of note-worthy situations that cover the topic of aliens and UFOs.
The first momentous discussion about UFOs happened in December of 2017 when the New York Times reported about a “$22 million Pentagon program that investigated unidentified aerial phenomena from 2007 until 2012;” the program was one of the largest influencers in getting the federal government to acknowledge alleged UFO programs. Two years later, senators were reportedly being questioned about extraterrestrial developments after the New York Times reported that Navy pilots were seeing unidentified aircraft a few years earlier on an almost-daily basis. During this briefing, Trump neither agreed nor disagreed with these statements, saying, “I want them to think whatever they think” about the Navy pilots.
In April of 2020, the Pentagon took further action to inform the public about their evidence on unidentified aerial phenomena and released three infrared videos featuring these objects flying at high speeds and making turns that seemed virtually impossible. Retired U.S. Navy pilot David Fravor, who recorded one of these encounters, said, “As I got close to it…it rapidly accelerated to the south, and disappeared in less than two seconds.” He compared the object to a ping pong ball, explaining how it would hit one direction and then go the other way. Again, Trump did not give much of an opinion on the matter, saying, “I just wonder if it’s real. That’s a hell of a video.”
Haim Eshed, the former head of the Israeli Defense Ministry’s space directorate, said that aliens “have asked not to publish that they are here [because] humanity is not ready yet,” and believes that Trump is knowledgeable of their existence and was about to reveal this information to the public, but was asked not to. Eshed also added that he is convinced there “is an agreement between the U.S. government and the aliens,” claiming that the aliens signed a contract with the country to do experiments here.
Trump has a history of revealing classified information to the public, and officials are worried that he could continue this trend once he is officially out of office. Jack Goldsmith, the former head of the Office of Legal Counsel under George W. Bush, told the Washington Post that Trump’s lack of attention was “luck for the security apparatus.” With the recent news that several retired military and political figures have released new information on government research about UFOs, it would not be surprising if Trump followed in those footsteps.